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Do you have availability?

Yes, I am currently accepting new clients on a limited basis.

Where are you located?

My office is located at 1557 N Ogden St, Suite 7.  From I-25, exit onto US-6 E, then take the Downing St exit and continue onto N Ogden St to reach 1557 N Ogden St, Denver, CO 80218, the Dodge House. For wheelchair access, please use the ramp located at the south side of the building. There is street parking along both sides of N Ogden St. 

Do you offer online counseling?
Yes! I offer online sessions via a HIPAA-compliant platform in Colorado and Massachusetts.

Do you offer an initial consultation?
Yes, I offer a free consultation to all potential clients to determine if we are a good fit and if I can offer the help you're looking for.


What is your cancellation policy?
When you book a session, that time slot is reserved for you. Please reschedule or cancel appointments with at least 48-hours notice. If you fail to attend your scheduled session, or if you have cancelled your appointment without a 48-hour notice, you will be billed the full amount of your session. 

What payment methods do you accept?

I accept payment through credit, debit, HSA, and FSA cards. Payment is due in full at the time of service. 

Per federal law enacted on January 1, 2022, all patients are entitled to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much mental health care will cost. Learn more here.

Do you have sliding scale spots?

In an effort to make my services accessible to as many people as possible, I reserve a number of sliding scale slots at a reduced rate. Currently, these slots are full. Please let me know if you would like to be added to the waitlist for reduced-fee therapy.

How long will therapy take?
The length of therapy depends on many factors. In our first session, we will work together to determine your goals for therapy. My approach entails helping clients to uncover deep-rooted patterns, explore early experiences, and find new ways of being. With this in mind, most clients benefit from open-ended, long-term therapy to get to the root of their troubles and to make significant changes in their lives. 

How often will we meet for therapy?

I believe strongly that we can only build trust and rapport -- and begin to make meaningful progress -- when therapy is part of your weekly routine. For that reason, I require that all clients to commit to therapy on a weekly basis. Sometimes clients opt to meet even more frequently, on a twice-weekly basis. Meeting regularly allows us to gain momentum and help you to see changes faster. Couples clients may opt for biweekly, 80-minute sessions.


Do you accept insurance?

I am considered private pay and am not in-network with any insurance providers, which means I do not accept insurance. However, many insurance plans include out-of-network benefits that can help cover the cost of therapy. Therapy services may be partially reimbursed by your insurer if your insurance plan includes out-of-network coverage. There are numerous advantages to working with an out-of-network therapist. Out-of-network therapy offers patient privacy, freedom from insurance-related restrictions such as limits on session frequency and treatment duration, and freedom to select the therapist you wish. Insurance companies require a psychiatric diagnosis for insurance reimbursement, which may become part of your permanent health record. 


Please note that if you receive Medicaid I cannot provide services to you, since you are required to work with an in-network provider. I’m unable to work with clients insured by Medicaid—even if they’re willing to pay out of pocket for therapy—due to Colorado state law.

Are you licensed?
Yes, I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Colorado CSW.09929803

I am also a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Massachusetts #127543.

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